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We are both 15 and dont want to have sex until we are legal. We had dry sex (we were completely naked, his penis was rubbing on my p***y) earlier and no ejaculation was involved during but it may be possible that precum entered. Is it possible i could get pregnant?

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Dear Ryan

Yes it is possible you could get pregnant. Pre-cum can contain sperm, especially if he had not urination since his last ejaculation. But it would depend on the date of ovulation relative to your encounter.

 

 

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Thanks for the reply. Is the possibility decreased by the fact he has urinated since his last ejaculation? Also should i therefore get a morning after pill as it happened today.
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Dear Ryan

Yes it is probably decreased. Medical opinion is divided on whether or when sperm is present in pre-cum.

After an ejaculation, some semen is left in the urethra, and so pre-cum can be mixed with that latent ejaculate. When he urinated, that latent ejaculation would have been flushed out.

Some research was carried out in the UK (reported in Men's Health last year) which consistently found semen in many samples, indicating that some men may, and some men may not, have sperm in their pre-cum.

The 'morning-after pill' is usually effective for up to 72 hours after, but more effective the earlier it is taken.

The way EC usually works is: If taken before ovulation, it prevents ovulation; if is taken before fertilisation, it prevents fettilisation; if after fertilisation, it prevents implantation.

If you take EC, your next period may come at a different time from expected.

However, you must consult your pharmacist or doctor first, and make sure you read and comply with the labeling.

Take Care

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Thankyou again for another helpful reply. Do you know where i can get this? Keeping in mind neither of our parents are aware that we are sexually active as we would rather be safe than sorry , but is it worth taking considering the odds.?
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Where are you? Which country?
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In the united Kingdom, east of england area
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Try your GP, any Family Planning clinic, NHS Direct 0845 46 47 or 111.

It is available over the counter from any pharmacy but would then cost around £25 I think.

Probably Levonelle

But get advice from your GP, clinician or pharmacist.

Take exactly as on the leaflet.

Let me know how you get on.

 

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